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November 2022 Archives - Reform Magazine

Long walk to justice

01/11/2022 |

Interview with Richard Reddie

Richard Reddie is Director of Justice and Inclusion at Churches Together in Britain and Ireland. He has edited Race for Justice: The struggle for equality and inclusion in British and Irish churches, a collection of 14 … Read More

Editorial: Happy birthday Reform

01/11/2022 |

Last month, as few readers will have failed to notice, we celebrated the 50th anniversary of the United Reformed Church. This month, it’s the turn of Reform to be the centre of attention and birthday shenanigans.

Reform came into being … Read More

Art in focus – November 2022

01/11/2022 |

Legend of St Francis: 13Institution of the Crib at GreccioUnknown, attributed to Giotto diBondone, 1297-1300

In November our thoughts turn to Christmas. So much to do, so little time. If you’re an organised person you will already be getting down … Read More

Reviews November 2022

01/11/2022 |

A repressive Islamist regime

No BearsDirected by Jafar PanahiCertificate 12a, 106 minutesReleased 11 November

The Iranian director Jafar Panahi (whose son Panar made the excellent road movie Hit the Road) has been in trouble with the country’s repressive Islamist regime … Read More

Remembering God’s smuggler

01/11/2022 |

The adventures of Brother Andrew were an inspiration to young Christians, says Laurence Wareing

For many who grew up in the 1970s, the story of ‘God’s smuggler’ made being a young Christian cool. In the bestselling biography of that name, … Read More

A good question: Should we stay with Monarchy?

01/11/2022 |

One question, four answers

ALAN PATERSON‘No family should have to live in a goldfish bowl’

The liberation of the Stone of Scone from Westminster Abbey in 1950 was an early, amusing royal memory of my childhood, as were the cries … Read More